Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Semantic Wave: When Do Assertions Become Facts? 

Semantic Wave: When Do Assertions Become Facts?: "When Do Assertions Become Facts?
At the core of all of the apps that I have developed is a relational database. I am used to it being there, available to answer any question, and ready to receive updates about the current reality of any given object instance in the system.
Now I find myself developing a web application and semantic data service which are fed from a very large number of SEC filings and news stories. All of the data will be available for others to interpret in their own apps, but I would also like to provide a 'current interpretation' for any given object instance.
Poor me, I must have my oracle."

AAAI Fall Symposium on Agents and the Semantic Web 

AAAI Fall Symposium on Agents and the Semantic Web
"First International Symposium on Agents and the Semantic Web
The Semantic Web is based on the idea of dynamic, heterogeneous, shared knowledge sources providing machine-readable content in a similar way to that in which information is shared on the World Wide Web. Integral to this vision was a synergy with Multi-Agent Systems technology; agents could utilize this knowledge to achieve their own goals, producing new knowledge that could be disseminated or published within a common framework. Conversely, the Semantic Web would benefit from autonomous, distributed agents responsible for gathering/aggregating knowledge, reasoning and inferring new facts, identifying and managing inconsistencies, and providing trust and security mechanisms."

Monday, January 31, 2005

RDFLib: RDF Library for Python 

RDFLib: RDF Library for Python
"RDFLib is a Python library for working with RDF, a simple yet powerful language for representing information. The library contains an RDF/XML parser/serializer, a TripleStore, an InformationStore and various store backends. It is being developed by Daniel Krech along with the help of a number of contributors"

Manageability - Open Source Rule Engines Written In Java 

Manageability - Open Source Rule Engines Written In Java
"I don't recall if someone has put together a review of open source Rule Engines that are written in Java. Here's the list I've accumulated so far:"

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